The first one, the KI690-S1, is based on AMD's 690G chipset and supports Socket S1 chips like AMD's Turion 64 X2 mobile processors.
The second is the KD690-AM2, which shares a similar layout. However, this board takes Socket AM2 processors like AMD's Athlon 64 X2 offerings. Albatron tells us both boards are scheduled to hit stores in the third quarter of this year.
Of course, a motherboard manufacturer's booth would be nothing without a prototype board based on Intel's upcoming X38 chipset. Albatron delivered on that front:
Albatron dubs this board PXX38 and expects to release it in September.
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